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The Reference Panel Playbook: Eight moves for designing a deliberative process

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Reference Panels, also known as Citizens' Assemblies, Commissions and Juries, are an example of long-form deliberative processes that are frequently used by governments and public agencies to obtain detailed guidance on important and sometimes controversial policies.
Based on the publisher's experience with reference panels, they offer eight moves from their playbook to help others plan their own deliberative process.

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Publisher

MASS LBP

Discipline or practice

Open Government

About this resource

Type

Playbook

Features

Checklist

Country/Territory

Canada

Date Published

License

CC BY-NC-SA Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike

Formats

Web-based resource

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